June 27, 2019
Training at Resources NE has helped many people onto further success in their careers.
Lee Ross – Lee started Resources as a study programme learner back in 2012 undergoing building maintenance operations. Lee then progressed himself on to an in house apprenticeship where he gained further knowledge and skills in building maintenance operations. A few years down the line, Lee is now a proud business owner of Ross Building Maintenance. A massive well done Lee from all at Resources!
Richard Edmed – Richard began Resources one day a week under alternative education through Harton Technology College. When Richard left school, he decided to further his skills and knowledge in bricklaying and joined us at Resources as a study programme learner. He enjoyed the study programme and then moved on to a traineeship gaining his CSCS card enabling him to gain on site experience. Richard progressed very well in to an Apprenticeship with AJ Brickwork currently undertaking a level 2 NVQ/Diploma in bricklaying.
Jack Bell – Jack originally started as a study programme learner, then progressed on to a traineeship gaining his CSCS card. He then moved on to a work placement with Ian Howe Landscapes who was really impressed by his work ethic and offered him an Apprenticeship in Civil Engineering and Landscape (Groundworks). His supervisor is so impressed with Jack that he has put him in as a charge hand.
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Resources has been in a partnership with the Hylton Castle Project in Sunderland on the refurbishment of the 800 year old castle.Read More
Just a quick message to thank all the guys and gals at Sunderland for their help with my training there.Read More
Training at Resources NE has helped many people onto further success in their careers.Read More
3 of our Learners who have completed the using and operating equipment in warehousing have passed their qualifications and the FLT tests. They have now progressed into employment.
This is an 18 month apprenticeship working on the renovation of a church in Sunderland wage is the apprenticeship NMW.
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